This section provides an overview of the Work Order module, basic procedures, and provides a general understanding of how to use the module.
Work Orders are the primary source of your maintenance history. Having a command of your work orders enables you to track what is being worked on, who is doing the work, and track the costs involved. The more information you provide, the better the program will help you anticipate your maintenance needs in the future.
This section will guide you through:
- Work Order module settings
- Creating and completing Work Orders
- Include Service Tasks
- Employee and Vendor Labor Records
- Parts & Supplies
- Attaching external documentation